Renovations Underway
Jan 12 2020

Papillon Building LLC has filed plans with the city to install a kitchen, fixtures and tables for the Outsider restaurant, by Chef Ian Wingate. Outsider restaurant is to be the first tenant in the $80 million Papillon Towers development.

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A City on the Rise
Dec 25 2019

Spokane’s dining scene – once mostly meat and potatoes, burgers and fries, and national chains – is coming into its own. From countless breweries, to boutique coffee shops, to chef-driven eateries, our community is rapidly stepping up.

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US Track and Field Indoor Master's
Dec 12 2019

The Sportsplex will have the ability to host at least 16 sports and seat 4,000. It was announced that the 2022 U.S Indoor Track and Field Master's Championships will take place at the facility in March 2022.

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A top 50 city to start a business in 2020
Dec 12 2019

With a top rated university business program, the 3rd fastest growing construction job market in the country, and a place where logistics and manufacturing companies thrive; Spokane earns another accolade. 

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Spokane Sportsplex Breaks Ground
Dec 11 2019

Selkirk was fortunate to be part of the official ground breaking of the Spokane Sportsplex. This amazing facility is just one of the big things coming to our city in the next couple years.

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Craft Beers Coming to West Downtown
Dec 10 2019

"The opportunity to start a brewery in Spokane is way more enticing...When a brewery comes in, it raises up the area, and this area is already starting to come up." says co-owner Bret Gordon.

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You had us at mac and cheese
Dec 08 2019

Lots of new life coming to Spokane with a Texas themed bar, a newly built brewery off Gardner and Ash, and an addition to the River Park Square food court.

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Getting from A to B
Dec 03 2019

A 3D-printed, self-driving vehicle could be here this winter. Olli is a transportation upgrade unlike anything Spokane has ever had before.

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